Greenlight Networks Expansion Plans

Greenlight Networks is currently serving a number of municipalities in Monroe county, including portions of Brighton, East Rochester, Fairport, Henrietta, Irondequoit, Penfield, Pittsford,  Rochester, Webster, and West Henrietta. We continue to expand daily based on customer demand.  Final engineering and construction will be scheduled based on when Greenlight Districts meet their order goal.

Here are the current standings*:

New Greenlight District Expansion Greenlight Districts
Greenlight District Status % of Goal Greenlight District Status % of Goal
Brighton Chalet Final Engineering 100% Rochester Upper Monroe Easements Required 100%
Pittsford Rosewood Final Engineering 100% Irondequoit Wyndale Easements Required 100%
Rochester Beckwith Final Engineering 100% Rochester Lower Highland Easements Required 100%
Brighton Monroe Meadows Easements Required 100% Rochester Upper Highland Easements Required 100%
Fairport Red Maple Easements Required 100% Rochester Lattimore Easements Required 100%
Rochester Arnold Park Easements Required 100% Rochester Park Ave (Harper) Easements Required 100%
Rochester Colebourne Easements Required 100% Rochester Blossom Easements Required 100%
Rochester East Ave Easements Required 100% Rochester Park Ave (Dartmouth) Easements Required 100%
Rochester Pearl/Meigs Easements Required 100% Irondequoit Thorncliffe Easements Required 100%
Rochester Woodland Park Easements Required 100% Brighton Home Acres Easements Required 100%
Fairport Frank Construction Pending 100% Brighton Virginia Colony Easements Required 100%
Fairport Deland Park Construction In Progress 100% Irondequoit Armstrong Easements Required 100%
Rochester Culver-Winton-Main Construction In Progress 100% Brighton Willowbend Easements Required 100%
Rochester Drexmore Construction In Progress 100% Irondequoit Hartland Easements Required 100%
Rochester Marsden Construction In Progress 100% Brighton Clover Hills Easements Required 100%
Rochester Merwin Construction In Progress 100% Brighton Valley Easements Required 100%
Rochester Fairview Construction Complete 100% Pittsford Reitz Easements Required 100%
Rochester Woodstock Accepting Orders 93% Pittsford Courtenay Easements Required 100%
Irondequoit Maplehurst Accepting Orders 90% Rochester New Castle Easements Required 90%
Irondequoit Lakeview Accepting Orders 89% Brighton Linwood Easements Required 88%
Webster Parklane Accepting Orders 89% Webster London Easements Required 85%
Rochester Helendale Accepting Orders 89% Pittsford Oak Manor Easements Required 72%
Rochester Belgard Accepting Orders 88%
Brighton Cobbs Hill Accepting Orders 87%
Rochester Woodrow Accepting Orders 84%
Irondequoit Navarre Accepting Orders 80%
Rochester Queens Accepting Orders 78%
Rochester Spencer Accepting Orders 78%
Webster Raphael Accepting Orders 78%
Rochester Maxson Accepting Orders 74%
Brighton Roselawn Accepting Orders 70%
Irondequoit Maywood Accepting Orders 70%
Rochester Grand Accepting Orders 67%
Irondequoit Oakgrove Accepting Orders 66%
Rochester Brentwood Accepting Orders 63%
Pittsford Overbrook Accepting Orders 59%
Rochester Castlebar Accepting Orders 57%
Webster Weaver Accepting Orders 54%
Brighton Fairhill Accepting Orders 53%
Pittsford Pinecone Accepting Orders 39%
Pittsford Landsdowne Accepting Orders 37%
Brighton Sylvania Accepting Orders 27%

The tables above show the construction status and order progress of Greenlight Districts. Here’s what each status level represents:

Accepting Orders – Areas that have shown enough interest, via our Check Availability page, for us to do initial design and engineering so we can establish an order goal for that Greenlight District. Once a Greenlight District gets to 100% of its Order Goal, we move it to the next phase.
Final Engineering – Our Fiber Engineers are finalizing the path through the neighborhood and acquiring the needed permits to begin construction.
Easements Required – In many cases where underground construction is required, we need to get permission in the form of an easement to cross a property to access utility poles. Without an easement, there may be some blocks in a Greenlight District that we cannot complete during our construction phase. This is the primary reason we need to create multiple phases and expansion Greenlight Districts. If you live in a Greenlight District where an easement is required and you can assist us, please email us at
Construction Pending – Engineering is complete and we are scheduling our team to begin construction. This is usually the last chance to place your order and insure that you are included in our initial construction phase.
Construction in Progress – Our construction team is active in the Greenlight District. You may still place an order for service, but installation may be delayed.
Construction Complete – Our construction team has completed their work in the Greenlight District. You may still place an order for service, but installation may be delayed.

Not sure which Greenlight District you live in? Use our Check Availability page to find out now!



*As of October 17, 2017, at 2:00pm
We are designing new Greenlight Districts weekly based on where we see customer demand, so check back often!